Sunday, January 8th 2017

HyperX Shows Off Pulsefire Surge RGB Mouse

Kingston showed off its HyperX Pulsefire Surge RGB gaming mouse. Designed for ambidextrous use, the mouse is studded with 360° RGB LED diffusers. Under its hood, is a Pixart 3389 sensor, that has a staggering 16,000 dpi tracking resolution, with fine-grained adjustment. Its main buttons are backed by Omron-made mechanical switches that have rated durability for up to 50 million clicks. The included HyperX NGenuity software lets you not only control macros, but also its RGB LED lighting. Available in Q2-2018, the mouse is expected to be priced at USD $69.99.
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I love the fact that they used two big and simple teflon feet so changing them won't be a hustle + you need to do it extremely rare, even if you're using a hard surface.
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